As machines and systems get smarter and operate with more autonomy, we need to ensure that the values they possess (or form) are aligned with our own.
Yet we do not agree on what we value: across cultures, across individuals, even within ourselves. And we often do not act in accordance with what we say we value, so should our technologies learn from what we say or what we do?
Moral Labyrinth is an interactive art installation that takes the form of a walking labyrinth comprised of philosophical questions about the world, the human condition, and our relationships to technology. The installation is a meditation on perennial—and now particularly pressing—aspects of being human.
This is a Gallery session.